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On January 21st, Harlem Children’s Zone founder and Waiting for Superman contributor Geoffrey Canada came to Middletown to speak at Wesleyan University’s Social Justice Leadership Conference.  A Bronx native and long-time educator, Canada’s defense of the importance of quality education in the inner city comes from personal experience.  Many involved at Green Street were in […]

I find that Native American dance is usually misunderstood by the general public, if not entirely overlooked.  Knowing that Green Street offers a number of dance classes and workshops, and that Wesleyan has a vibrant Dance Department, I thought there would be plenty of interest to hold a workshop on Native American dance.  Join Rebecca […]

What makes a community?  It is not the buildings and roads of a place, but the bonds between people, that create a community.  This is apparent in Reaghan Tarbell’s film, To Brooklyn and Back: A Mohawk Journey.  The film tells the story of the Mohawk people of Kahnawake, Quebec, who, for over 50 years, have […]